Glorifies the murders and doesn’t honor the families
There are two types of crime podcasts. One honors the victims, tells the story and brings awareness to the case. See True Crime guys or Crime Garage. The other is glorifying the crime, the victim and their families are re-victimized by the telling. This podcast does that. Technically there is a third where the host try’s to be a profiler. Equally lame. See crime junkie. Luckily we have investigators that hold a barrier between the brutality of the crimes and social civility. This podcast annihilates that boundary and over shares ugly details. Come on wondery if you’re going to charge step up your game.
lillimay5 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/06/22
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This is very well done. The narrative and interviews are fantastic and the melding of family stories and history are seem less. Worth your time! Enjoy the mayhem.
sUzQb via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/13/21
Poorly researched and dull. Seems like very little thought or care was taken. Also, don’t say hairlip, moron.
resgb via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/14/21
Small Town Murders podcast did an episode on this family. This podcast was more in depth and many more episodes, but did it need to be?
[email protected]$ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/06/22
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